Crazy Monkey Kicks It With Pecota
Feb. 4, 2012
FRESNO, Calif. - Crazy Monkey spent the first week of Western Athletic Conference play at home in Fresno, Calif. With Rachael Pecota.
Monday Jan 9
Tuesday Jan 10
After practice Crazy Monkey and I enjoyed a nice meal and another walk back to my apartment. When we got to my apartment, Crazy Monkey told me he was tired, but Taco and Belle decided to keep him up and play with him for a few hours. After they were done playing, I gave all 3 of them a banana and they fell asleep. Crazy Monkey slept most of the night to get ready for the next day which was game day vs. Seattle!
Wednesday Jan 11
We won the game and Crazy Monkey could not contain himself during the game. He was probably the loudest fan in the gym, for sure. After the game, we enjoyed a nice post game meal which included turkey and mashed potatoes. When we got home crazy monkey again fell asleep instantly.
Thursday Jan 12
Friday Jan 13
Friday the 13th! Today CM and I went to practice, as usual, and he watched us practice. Coach Wiggins explained the meaning behind Friday the 13th and it frightened CM. I explained it was not a scary thing because my number is 13 so it can't be too bad! After practice we walked home and we watched the infamous Friday movies, in honor of the "holiday". CM was really scared but he had a good time. We relaxed much of the day because the next day was game day and he wanted to have a good rest!
Saturday Jan 14
We won!!!!! The game was really exciting and CM looked like he was really enjoying himself. He said he was really excited for the rest of the season and he really enjoyed his time with me, but that he was sick of me and could not wait to hang out with another teammate for a week! Although I was upset, I understood that I could not keep him to myself so I hesitantly handed him over to my teammate Raven Fox!
"We Are Your Team!" The Bulldogs hit the road again to face New Mexico State on Feb. 2 at 5:30 p.m. PT. Listen to all the action LIVE with Guy Haberman on ESPN2 790 AM. For more information on tickets call 278-DOGS.